The price that has been most recently communicated by the DEALER to another BROKER or dealer, representing the price at which the dealer is willing to sell one or more round lots of PENNY STOCK. Rule 15-3(c)(2).
The price in the market which a prospective seller is prepared to accept to sell the shares. The higher of the prices in the Bid to Offer spread. The price paid when you buy the shares and the existing shareholder accepts the OFFER to buy them.
Marketmakers quote securities in terms of what's called a bid-offer price. The bid price is the price at which they will buy a particular security. The offer price is the price at which they will sell a security.
The price at which a market maker is offering to sell shares. It is usually higher than the ‘ bid price’ at which they will buy shares. For example a quote of 510 - 515 indicates a bid price of 510 and an offer price of 515. In the USA, this is known as the asking price.
The price in the market which a prospective buyer is prepared to pay (Offer) to acquire the share. The lower value of the prices in the bid to offer spread. The price received when the shares are sold.